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Deacy, W., W. Leacock, J.A. Stanford, and J.B. Armstrong. Nested resource waves: phenological variation within salmon populations influences landscape-level patterns of bear occupancy. In review at Journal of Animal Ecology

Furey, N.B., J.B. Armstrong, D.A. Beauchamp, and S.G. Hinch. Prey migrations can induce large-scale movements of predators: potential ecological effects of ‘Migratory cascades’ In revision at Nature Ecology and Evolution

Deacy, W.,  W. Leacock, J.A. Stanford, C. T. Robbins, J. A. Erlenbach, and J.B. Armstrong. Quantifying the benefits of resource waves: phenological tracking increases salmon consumption by Kodiak brown bears. In revision at Nature Scientific Reports

Kovach, R.P., J. B. Armstrong, D. A. Schmetterling, A. M. Dux, R.
Al-Chokhachy, C. C. Muhlfeld. Long-term population dynamics and conservation risk of bull trout in the upper Columbia River basin. In press at Canadian Journal of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences.

Deacy, W., J.B. Armstrong, W. Leacock, C.T. Robbins, D.D. Gustine, J.A. Erlenbach, E.J. Ward, and J.A. Stanford. 2017. Phenological synchronization disrupts trophic interactions between Kodiak brown bears and salmon.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114  10432–10437 Reprint | Ed Yong for The Atlantic | The Conversation

Webster M.S., Colton M.A., Darling, E.S., Armstrong J.B., Pinsky M.L., Knowlton, N., and Schindler, D.E. 2017. Who should pick the winners in a changing climate?  Trends in Ecology and Evolution 32 (3) 167-173 Reprint

Armstrong, J.B., E.J. Ward, D.E. Schindler, and P.J. Lisi. 2016. Adaptive capacity at the Northern front: sockeye salmon behaviorally thermoregulate during novel exposure to warm temperatures.  Conservation Physiology 4 (1) Reprint | Science Daily

Smits, A.P., J.B. Armstrong, D.E. Schindler, and M.T. Brett. 2016. Landscape variation in access to marine resources drives differences in fatty acid composition among juvenile coho salmon populations in Alaska streams. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 73 (11), 1661-1671

Armstrong, J.B., G.T. Takimoto, D.E. Schindler, M.M. Hayes, and M.J. Kauffman. 2016. Resource waves: phenological diversity enhances foraging opportunities for mobile consumers. Ecology 97 1099-1122 ReprintNational Geographic

Deacy, W., W. Leacock, J.B. Armstrong, and J.A. Stanford. 2016. Kodiak brown bears surf the red wave: direct evidence from GPS collared individuals. Ecology 97 1091-1098 Reprint

*Baldock, J., J.B. Armstrong, D.E. Schindler, and J.L. Carter. 2016.  Juvenile coho salmon track a seasonally shifting thermal mosaic across a floodplain.  Freshwater Biology 61 1365–1609 *undergraduate author Reprint

Greene, S.J., Armstrong, J.B., Bogan, M., Darling, E.S., Kross, S., Rochman, C., Smyth, A., and Verissimo, D. De-defining conservation. 2015. Conservation Letters 8 (6), 385-387

Rochman, C. M., S. M. Kross, J. B. Armstrong, M. T. Bogan, E. S. Darling, S. J. Green, A. R. Smyth, and D. Veríssimo. 2015. Scientific Evidence Supports a Ban on Microbeads. Environmental Science & Technology 49 (24), 14740-14740 Huffington Post

Weltzy, E.Z, Torgersen, C., Brenkman, S.J., Duda, J.J., and J.B. Armstrong. 2015. Multiscale longitudinal analysis of river networks using the linbin R package. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 35 (4), 802-809

Bentley, K.T., D.E. Schindler, J.B. Armstrong, T.J. Cline, and G.T. Brooks. 2015. Intra-seasonal movements of stream-dwelling salmonids throughout a network of lake tributaries. PloS one 10 (9) Reprint

Schindler, D.E., J.B. Armstrong, and T.E. Reed. 2015. The Portfolio Concept in ecology and evolution.  Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment.13: 257-263 Reprint

Griffiths, J.R., D.E. Schindler, J.B. Armstrong, et al. 2014. Performance of salmon fishery portfolios across western North America.  Journal of Applied Ecology. 51: 1554-1563  Reprint | blog feature

Sergeant, C.J., J.B. Armstrong, and E.J. Ward. 2014. Synchronized migration phenologies prevent trophic mismatch in a warming watershed. Freshwater Biology. 60: 724-732 Reprint | Cool Green Science |

Bentley, K.T., D.E. Schindler, T.J. Cline, J.B. Armstrong, D. Macias, L.R. Ciepiela, R. Hilborn. 2014. Predator avoidance during reproduction: diel movements by spawning sockeye salmon between stream and lake habitats. Journal of Animal Ecology. 83:1478-1489 Reprint

Lisi, P.J., K.T. Bentley, J.B. Armstrong, and D.E. Schindler. 2014. Episodic predation by fishes on mammals in boreal streams. Ecology of Freshwater Fish. 23: 622-630 Reprint |Cool Green Science

Armstrong J.B. and D.E. Schindler. 2013. Going with the flow: spatial distributions of juvenile coho salmon track an annually shifting mosaic of water temperature. Ecosystems. 16: 1429-1441Reprint

Armstrong, J.B. and M.H. Bond. 2013. Phenotype flexibility in wild fish: Dolly Varden regulate assimilative capacity to capitalize on annual pulsed subsidies. Journal of Animal Ecology. 82: 966-75  Reprint | Seattle Times |  National Geographic  |  Cool Green Science

Armstrong, J.B, D.E. Schindler, C.P. Ruff, G.T. Brooks, K.E. Bentley, and C. Torgersen. 2013. Diel horizontal migration in streams: juvenile fish exploit spatial heterogeneity in thermal and trophic resources. Ecology 94: 2066–2075 Reprint USGS In the Spotlight | High Country News

Schindler, D.E., J.B. Armstrong, et al. 2013. Riding the crimson tide: mobile terrestrial consumers track phenological variation in spawning of an anadromous fish. Biology Letters 9(3) Reprint | Cool Green Science

Bentley, K.E., D.E. Schindler, J.B. ArmstrongC.P. Ruff, and P.J. Lisi. 2012. Inter-annual variation in a pulsed resource subsidy mediates the foraging and growth response of stream-dwelling salmonids. Ecosphere 3 (12) Reprint

Armstrong, J.B, and D.E. Schindler. 2011. Excess digestive capacity in predators reflects a life of feast and famine. Nature. 476: 84-87 Reprint | Science Magazine

Ruff, C.P., D.E. Schindler, J.B. Armstrong, K.T. Bentley, G.T. Brooks, G.W. Holtgrieve, M.T. McGlauflin, C.E. Torgersen, and J.E. Seeb. 2011 Temperature-associated population diversity in salmon confers benefits to mobile consumers. Ecology. 92: 2073-2084. Reprint

Armstrong, J.B., D.E. Schindler, K.L. Omori, C.P. Ruff, and T.P. Quinn. 2010. Thermal heterogeneity mediates the effects of pulsed subsidies across a landscape. Ecology. 91:  1445-1454. Reprint

Armstrong, J.B. 2010. Comment on “Egg consumption in mature Pacific Salmon (Oncorhynchus spp.)”. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 67: 2052-2054. Reprint